Hope. Healing. Family.

We are a team of compassionate mental health professionals committed to providing hope, healing and mental health services for children and families.


Hope Horizon Mental Health is a non-profit organization in Tulare County that offers comprehensive mental and behavioral health services for children and families families. We have multiple locations to facilitate access to our services. These include our main site in the city of Tulare, and satellite offices in Visalia, Porterville, and Dinuba. For more information on our locations, visit our contact page

Hope Horizon Mental Health’s Board of Directors and Agency Staff wish to thank all of our community partners, funders, the Tulare County Health and Human Services Agency, the City of Tulare, and most importantly, the families we serve for their ongoing support over the last fifty years. 

Download a printable brochure about our agency in English or Espanol.

Our Approach to Care:

Culturally Competent

Trauma Informed

Who We Are

Our Mission

To provide children and families compassionate, culturally sensitive mental health services that nurture hope, strengths, and healthy relationships at home, school and in the community.

Our Vision

That children and families are happy, healthy, and empowered to achieve their highest potential; becoming self-reliant, accomplished, and able to determine and shape the future.

Meet The Team

The Board of Directors and Agency Staff are the driving force behind Hope Horizon Mental Health. Our team is made up of individuals who have dedicated their lives to helping children and families in Tulare County.

Cultural Competency

A culturally competent mental health system includes skills, attitudes and policies that make sure the needs of everyone are addressed in a society of diverse values, beliefs, orientations, different races, religions and languages. It is a system that improves the quality of care for all of Tulare County’s many different peoples and provides them with understanding and respect for those differences. Hope Horizon Mental Health is responsible to provide the individuals it serves with culturally and linguistically competent specialty mental health services. For example: non-English or limited English-speaking persons have the right to receive services in their preferred language and the right to request an interpreter. If an interpreter is requested, one must be provided at no cost. People seeking services do not have to bring their own interpreters. Written and verbal interpretation of your rights, benefits and treatments are available in your preferred language. Information is also available in alternative formats if someone cannot read or has visual challenges.

Hope Horizon is required to:

Trauma Informed

Trauma-informed mental health services are a way of providing mental health care that acknowledges the role that traumatic events can play in a person’s life and in the development of mental health disorders. This type of care is based on the understanding that a person’s past experiences, including physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, can affect their current mental health and coping strategies. Trauma-informed services involve creating a safe and supportive environment, providing education on trauma and its effects, and using evidence-based treatments to address the individual’s needs. The goal of trauma-informed care is to empower individuals to heal and to build resiliency so they can move forward in their lives